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Post: #31
RE: Fixed vs auto pressure ?
I think this discussion has gone about as far as it profitably can. I'm going to close this thread now. Please remember that we're all here to learn and to help, but when the argument starts getting personal that doesn't help anybody.

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Post: #32
RE: Fixed vs auto pressure ?
Let me remind everyone we try to be polite and civil here, so purposefully antagonizing another member can be considered abusive, disruptive or inappropriate, which is against the forum rules. Somewhat heated or intence discussions can be helpful at times, but as DeepBreathing stated, when it starts getting into the realm of personal attacks-- that is where we draw the line.

Fair warning. Thanks folks.

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